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1999-06-13 [[In-Joo Cho]] w co 8 [[Pone Saengmorakot]], Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. After a string of negative performances, Cho (115) came good against Saengmorakot (114¾), who found himself up against it from the opening bell against the upright champion. Outjabbing and outspeeding the Thai, Cho cut loose in the sixth round and dominated the seventh with well directed punches. He then set about Saengmorakot in the eighth, eventually dropping him with a perfectly timed right counter that led to the count out at 2.44 of the session.           
 
1999-06-13 [[In-Joo Cho]] w co 8 [[Pone Saengmorakot]], Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. After a string of negative performances, Cho (115) came good against Saengmorakot (114¾), who found himself up against it from the opening bell against the upright champion. Outjabbing and outspeeding the Thai, Cho cut loose in the sixth round and dominated the seventh with well directed punches. He then set about Saengmorakot in the eighth, eventually dropping him with a perfectly timed right counter that led to the count out at 2.44 of the session.           
  
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Revision as of 09:32, 7 January 2012

1999-06-13 In-Joo Cho w co 8 Pone Saengmorakot, Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. After a string of negative performances, Cho (115) came good against Saengmorakot (114¾), who found himself up against it from the opening bell against the upright champion. Outjabbing and outspeeding the Thai, Cho cut loose in the sixth round and dominated the seventh with well directed punches. He then set about Saengmorakot in the eighth, eventually dropping him with a perfectly timed right counter that led to the count out at 2.44 of the session.